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Body Language Speaks Louder Than Words
by Lydia Ramsey

Has it ever occurred to you how much you are saying to people even when you are not speaking? Unless you are a master of disguise, you are constantly sending messages about your true thoughts and feelings whether you are using words or not.


Career Success
by Peggy Morrow

You are responsible for your own career success and development today. No longer can you depend on working for one company throughout your entire career. The average worker will be employed by at least four different companies throughout his work life and each of these may demand different skills and knowledge. That means keeping yourself constantly trained and updated in a number of areas necessary for success.


Internet Your Way to a New Job: How to Really Find a Job Online
by Alison Doyle

Let's face it — in today's frenetic job market you're at a deficit without an Internet presence and an online strategy. Video resumes and professional networking Web sites like LinkedIn, are just two of the recent Internet developments for job seekers that have caught on and gone viral. Internet Your Way to a New Job doesn't dismiss the importance of face to face networking and interviewing in person. Instead, it thoroughly explores the online world as a vital resource for career seekers and shows you how to take advantage of opportunities without making things too complicated.


Q. I read your story last month about Facebook. You mentioned that you can use sites like that to further careers. I set up a profile, but now I'm not sure what to do. Help.

A. The power of these sites is in their ability to connect people. So, having set up a profile, the next step is to start reaching out to people you know from school or previous jobs or clubs. Your job at this point is to focus on developing a very robust network of everybody that you know. Once you've assembled that group, then just like in any networking exercise, you can begin looking for ways to help the people in your network (networking is a 2 way street after all), and you can put out feelers to everybody about the type of job you're looking for. A simple status update or a posted note about what you're looking for will let all of your friends and associates know so they can start thinking about you. If they know of anything that seems like a good match, they can then message you directly, and you can take it from there.

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